The Appalachian

Honoring History Through Talent

Christine Dudley, A&C Reporter

October 10, 2019

In middle school, Kyndavee Bichara asked her friend why she wasn’t getting as much attention as the others.  He replied, “Maybe if you went to a school with more people of your skin color, then maybe you would get more att...

Sharing the shame: Mortified Open Mic invites cringeworthy storytelling

Georgia Privott, A&C Reporter

September 26, 2019

Everyone has a story that makes their nose crinkle and head shake with embarrassment. It’s a memory buried beneath years of shame and humiliation, hoping to never be uncovered.  Students revealed those hidden stories Sept....

Theatre consulting group leads on-stage consent training for students and faculty

Erin O'Neill

September 24, 2019

Theatrical Intimacy Education, a consulting group, came to App State for the first time to teach students and faculty about an up-and-coming practice in the theatrical community known as intimacy training, which emphasizes cons...

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